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    How to clean interior screen

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    Is there any berry owner out there that is tech savy enough to have been able to clean the inside of the screen somehow. Every time sunlight hits the screen, I see a lot of dust particles on the inside of my curve...just wondering if there was a proper way to do this without ruining my curve.

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    Its possible to take the curve apart. You need to undo the screws under the battery cover. Each of the black sides of the curve com off and you can get the top half off. here is a link to a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiIl19G74C0
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    I've cleaned my 8800's Screen, Works just like it did before the cleasing....Give it a shot
    ...& that's pretty much it!

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    once you get it apart, what are the best things to use to:
    1. actually clean the screen?
    2. prevent dust build-up in the future?

    Thanks

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    Thanks for the vid link! I'll give it a try!

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    to actually clean the screen use standard electronics grade screen cleaners (can be found anywhere that retails electronics) these cleaners ensure that the chemicals used will not in any way damage glass, plastic, or the electronics they come into contact with...also to prevent more dust from getting in after you've cleaned your phone use screen protectors and cases whenever possible...these will prevent a lot of dust and dirt from getting into your BB but as you know nothing will completely keep dust and dirt out of your BB...hope this all helps

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    How does this work? Do u still have to take your device apart? I haven't taken mine apart yet still need the tool for it. I would rather not disassemble it, ya know?


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    you can always buy compressed air and spray the heck out of it...but in doing so you also risk introducing some dust into the device...all this requires is removing the battery door, the batter, and your SIM and Media cards...then blast away ...do it on my phone every couple weeks

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    Thanks magellan0547! I'm on my way to Fry's now. Lol. Didn't think of compressed air can...good idea!

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